with money or other liquid assets will he most able to make bail
GOTTFREDSON, POLICY GUIDELINES FOR BAIL: AN EXPERIMENT IN REFORM 21 (1985); WALKER, supra note 125, at 66 (describing as a "major institutional innovation" the creation of "pretrial services agencies with staff who would interview arrestees, obtain the necessary information on their background, attempt to verify the information, and make bail
recommendations to the judge," and noting that "many used a formal point system").
Generally speaking, the more serious the offence the less likely it is the suspect will make bail
Similarly, prosecutors generally make bail
arguments based solely on the charging documents and the past criminal record of the accused.
Day asked Judge Art Gutierrez to revoke Luster's $1 million bail, saying that two of Luster's alleged victims are ``terrified'' he will use the family fortune to make bail
and retaliate against them.
Even for stalking suspects who do make bail
, the new requirement will make it more difficult to raise bail, thus giving stalking victims more time to relocate, she added.